Afternoon Drive | Mar 12, 2013 | 7:18

we'll hear from an expert on Petcoke - he'll put questions about it's safety to rest.

There has been a lot of talk in recent days about the giant piles of Petcoke sitting on the American shore of the Detroit River near the Ambassador Bridge. There was a protest on the weekend, they were concerned that the piles could pose health risks to Windsorites. What if the dust from the pile blew across the river? What if the Petcoke got rained on and the residue made it in to our drinking water? A lot of question shave been raised but so far we haven't hear d any definitive answers. To get those answers we have Dr. Jan Ciborowski with us this afternoon.

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